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***UPDATE*** 2016

My lab is part of the MCBD (Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology) training group in Biology (click here to see training program)

The lab is recruiting graduate students interested in skeletal muscle injury and repair to be part of joint research training program with the Center for Muscle Biology

Also if one would be interested in examining social interactions of crayfish in various environmental conditions.
Acute and chronic changes in temp....type of interaction, how often,
duration, intensity of interaction. Fits well with seasonal and environmental changes.

Here is a sample of such a study:
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijz/2013/573802/

 

STUDENT TRAINING - see current student profiles

Current PhD students in the laboratory:

1. Cole Malloy Spring 2014 (postquals)

2. Yue Chen Zhu Summer 2014 (postquals)

3. Dlovan D.Mahmood Summer 2015 (prequals)

4. Jacob T. Higgins (Fall 2015 , PhD student in Nursing at UKY, Co-mentor for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation fellowship)

Current MS students in the laboratory:

- none

PhD degrees awarded from research done in my laboratory:

1. Hao Li 1997-2001

(i) Neuromodulator effects on the function of primary sensory neurons.

(ii). Cave crayfish behavior.

(iii). Development of NMJs in Drosophila.

2. Andy Johnstone Fall 2002 - Fall 2006

Physiological and anatomical assessment of synapses at the crayfish neuromuscular junction. [Full PDF]

3. Sameera Dasari Spring 2003 - Fall 2006
Influence of the serotonergic system on physiology, development, and behavior of Drosophila melanogaster. [Full PDF]

4. Mohati Desai Spring 2005-2008 (defended in 2008, graduated in 2009).
The influence of Ca2+ regulation in synaptic facilitation of motor nerve terminals in crayfish and Drosophila as well as in the physiological regulation of larval Drosophila heart. [Full PDF]

5. Sonya Bierbower 2006 - Spring 2010. Environmental effects on behavior and physiology in crayfish. [Full PDF]

6. Wen Hui Wu Fall 2008 - Summer 2013. The regulation and packaging of synaptic vesicles related to recruitment within crayfish and fruit fly neuromuscular junctions: variations in low- and high-output terminals. [Full PDF]

7. Josh Titlow  Spring 2012 -Spring 2014. Dopaminergic and activity-dependent modulation of mechanosensory responses in Drosophila melanogaster larvae. [Full PDF]

8. Zana R. Majeed Spring 2011-Spring 2016. Modulatory actions of serotonergic system in cardiac function, behavior, and sensorimotor circuit activity in Drosophila melanogaster. Faculty member at University of University of Salahaddin, Erbil, Iraq. [ Full PDF ]
http://uknowledge.uky.edu/biology_etds/32 : http://dx.doi.org/10.13023/ETD.2016.052

MS degrees awarded from research done in my laboratory:

1. Misty Crider 1996-1998

Short term facilitation and the neuromodulation of synaptic transmission at the crayfish opener neuromuscular junction

2. Ping He 1997- 1998

Role of a-SNAP in promoting efficient neurotransmission at the crayfish neuromuscular junction

3. Johann Sohn 1998-1999

The anatomical and physiological characterization of muscles in the dorsal surface of the crayfish abdomen

4. Joe Kramer 1998-1999 (advisor- Dr. Bonner)

Thesis project done in my lab on "Neural control of muscle phenotype in the crayfish"

5. Joe Shearer Fall 1999-2001 (MS student: plan B - MS)

Synaptic differentiation of motor neurons in crayfish.

6. Bin Xing 2001-2003

  • (i) Ball, R., Xing, B., Bonner, P., Shearer, J. and Cooper, R.L. (2003) Long-term maintenance of neuromuscular junction activity in cultured Drosophila larvae. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A. 134:247-255. [PDF].
  • (ii) Xing, B. and Cooper, R.L. (2002) The effects of reduced presynaptic calcium entry on development of motor nerve terminals in Drosophila. Abst Soc. Neurosci.28. (Society meeting Nov. 2002).

7. Amanda Ashleigh Long 2003-2004

Synaptic plasticity at the Drosophila NMJ

8. Captain Junyoung Lee Fall 2007-2009

9. Rachel C. Holsinger Summer 2011-Summer 2013 [ PDF ]

10. Yan Zhu Spring 2013-Spring 2014 (MS student: plan B)

Graduate students (rotating or some of their work done in my lab):

1. Bruce Griffis 1997-present (PhD student, Advisor Dr. Bonner) Regulation of muscle phenotype.

2. Emily Neiman Spring-Summer 1999, (PhD BEACON rotation graduate student).

3. Bryan Spohn Spring 1997, (BEACON rotation graduate student).

4. Antony Kariuki Fall 2007- MCB student

5. Weikai Kong Fall 2012, Spring 2013 - MCB student

6. Chanung Wang Fall 2013- MCB student

7. Douglas Potts Rotating Summer 2014

8. Warlen Pereira Piedade Fall 2015 (MCB rotation graduate student)

Graduate student publications
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1. Crider, M.E. and Cooper, R.L. (1999) The importance of the stimulation paradigm in determining facilitation and effects of neuromodulation. Brain Research 842: 324-331 [Abstract] [FullText.pdf]

2. He, P., Southard, R.C., Whiteheart, S.W. and Cooper, R.L. (1999) Role of alpha-SNAP in promoting efficient neurotransmission at the crayfish neuromuscular junction. Journal of Neurophysiology 82:3406-3416 [Abstract] [FullText.pdf]

3. Crider, M.E. and Cooper, R.L. (2000) Differentially facilitation of high- and low-output nerveterminals from a single motor neuron. Journal of Applied Physiology 88: 987-996 [Abstract] [FullText.pdf]

4. LaFramboise, W., Griffis, B., Bonner, P., Warren, W., Scalise, D., Guthrie, R.D., and Cooper, R.L. (2000). Muscle type-specific myosin isoforms in crustacean muscles. Journal of Experimental Zoology 286: 36-48 [Abstract] [FullText.pdf]

5. Sohn, J., Mykles, D.L., and Cooper, R.L. (2000). The anatomical, physiological and biochemical characterization of muscles associated with the articulating membrane in the dorsal surface of the crayfish abdomen. Journal of Experimental Zoology 287:353-377. [FullText.pdf]
(Sohn was my MS student, Dr. Mykles is a collaborator at Colorado State Univ.).

6. Southard, R.C., Haggard, J., Crider, M.E., Whiteheart, S.W. and Cooper, R.L. (2000) Influence of serotonin on the kinetics of vesicular release. Brain Research 871:16-28. [FullText.pdf]
(Southard and Haggard were undergraduates in my laboratory; Whiteheart is my collaborator in the Dept. of Biochemistry at UK., Crider-Thesis project done in my laboratory at UK).

7. Li, H., Listerman, L., Doshi, D., and Cooper, R.L. (2000) Use of heart rate to measure intrinsic state of blind cave crayfish during social interactions. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A.127:55-70. [FullText.pdf]
(Listerman and Deskins were undergraduates in my laboratory at UK).

8. Griffis, B., Bonner, P. and Cooper, R.L. (2000) Sensitivity of transformed (phasic to tonic) motor neurons to the neuromodulator 5-HT. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 127: 495-504. FullText.pdf] (See Erratum 128:377-378, 2001 for missing figure) [FullText.pdf] (Griffis, B.- is a PhD student in Dr. Bonner's lab. The three of us decided to do this as a collaborative project).

9. Griffis, B., Moffett, S. and Cooper, R.L. (2001) Muscle phenotype remains unaltered after limb autotomy and unloading. Journal of Experimental Zoology 289:10-22. [FullText.pdf]

10. Li, H., Harrison, D., Jones, G., Jones, D., and Cooper, R.L. (2001) Alterations in development, behavior, and physiology in Drosophila larva that have reduced ecdysone production. Journal of Neurophysiology 85:98-104. [FullText.pdf] (Li is my PhD student).

11. Cooper, R.L., Li, H., Long, L.Y., Cole, J., and Hopper, H.L. (2001) Anatomical comparisons of neural systems in sighted epigean & troglobitic crayfish species. Journal of Crustacean Biology 21:360-374. [Full text.PDF] (Li was my PhD student, Long (Li's wife) helped out in axon counting, Cole and Hopper helped with assessing the cave crayfish and conducting experiments within the cave environment).

12. Li, H. and Cooper, R.L. (2002) The effect of ambient light on blind cave crayfish: Social interactions. Journal of Crustacean Biology 22:449-458 [PDF] (Li was a PhD student).

13. Li, H. , Peng, X., and Cooper, R.L. (2002) Development of Drosophila larval neuromuscular junctions: Maintaining synaptic strength. Neuroscience 115:505-513 [PDF]

14. Cooper, R.L., Ward, E., Braxton, R., Li, H., and Warren, W.M. (2003) The effects of serotonin and ecdysone on primary sensory neurons in crayfish. Microscopy Research and Technique 60: 336-345. [PDF] (Ward, Braxton, and Warren were undergraduates and Li was a graduate student in my laboratory).

15. Ball, R., Xing, B., Bonner, P., Shearer, J. and Cooper, R.L. (2003) Long-term maintenance of neuromuscular junction activity in cultured Drosophila larvae. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A. 134:247-255. [PDF]. (Ryan Ball was an undergraduate in my laboratory at UK).

16. Cooper, R.L., Donmezer, A., and Shearer, J. (2003) Intrinsic differences in sensitivity to 5-HT between high- and low-output terminals innervating the same target. Neuroscience Research 45:163-172. [PDF] (Ahmet Donmezer was an undergraduate in my laboratory at UK. Joe Shearer was a MS student in my laboratory).

17. Dasari, S. and Cooper, R.L. (2004) Modulation of sensory to motor circuits by serotonin, octopamine, and dopamine in semi-intact Drosophila larva. Neuroscience Research 48:221-227 [PDF]. (Sameera Dasari is a graduate student).

18. Sparks, G.M., Dasari, S. and Cooper, R.L. (2004) Presynaptic actions of MDMA (Ecstasy) at glutamatergic synapses. Neuroscience Research 48: 431-438 [PDF]

19. Pagé, M.-P. and Cooper, R.L. (2004) Novelty stress and reproductive state alters responsiveness to sensory stimuli and 5-HT neuromodulation. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A 139:149-158 [PDF].

20. Dasari, S. and Cooper, R.L. (2004) Monitoring heart rate in Drosophila larvae by various approaches. Drosophila Information Service 87:91-96. [PDF]

21. Xing, B., Long, A.A., Harrison, D.A. and Cooper, R.L. (2005) Developmental consequences of NMJs with reduced presynaptic calcium channel function Synapse 57:132-147. [PDF]

22. Logsdon, S., Johnstone, A.F.M., Viele, K. and Cooper, R.L. (2005) The regulation of synaptic vesicles pools within motor nerve terminals during short-term facilitation and neuromodulation. J. of Applied Physiology 100:662-671. [PDF]

23. Dasari, S. and Cooper, R.L. (2006) Direct influence of serotonin on the larval heart of Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 176: 349–357. [PDF]

24. Johnstone, A.F.M. and Cooper, R.L. (2006) Direct innervation of the Drosophila melanogaster larval heart. Brain research 1083: 159-163.[ PDF]

25. Viele, K., Lancaster, M., and Cooper, R.L. (2006) The self-modeling structure of evoked post-synaptic potentials. SYNAPSE 60:32-44. [PDF]

26. Lancaster, M., Viele, K., Johnstone, A.F.M., and Cooper, R.L. (2007) Automated classification of evoked quantal events. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 159: 325-336. [PDF]

27. Pagé, M.-P., Hailes, W., and Cooper, R.L. (2007) Modification of the tail flip escape response in crayfish by neuromodulation and behavioral state with and without descending CNS input. International Journal of Zoological Research 3:132-144. [PDF]

28. Dasari, S., Viele, K., Turner, A.C. and Cooper R.L. (2007) Influence of p-CPA and MDMA on physiology, development and behavior in Drosophila melanogaster European Journal of Neuroscience 26:424-438. [PDF].

29. Johnstone, A.F.M., Kellie, S and Cooper, R.L. (2008) Presynaptic depression in phasic motor nerve terminals and influence of 5-HT on docked vesicles. The Open Neuroscience Journal 2: 16-23. [PDF] (Scott Kellie was an undergraduate).

30. Desai-Shah, M., Viele, K., Sparks, G., Nadolski, J., Hayden, B., Srinivasan, V.K., and Cooper, R.L. (2008). Assessment of synaptic function during short-term facilitation in motor nerve terminals in the crayfish. The Open Neuroscience Journal 2: 24-35. [PDF]

31. Desai-Shah, M. and Cooper, R.L. (2009) Different mechanisms of Ca2+ regulation that influence synaptic transmission: Comparison between crayfish and Drosophila NMJs. SYNAPSE 63:1100-1121 [PDF].

32. Dasari, S., Wang, L., Harrison, D.A. and Cooper R.L. (2009) Reduced and misexpression of 5-HT2 receptors alters development, behavior and CNS activity in Drosophila melanogaster International Journal of Zoological Research 5(3):1-14 [PDF]

33. Lee, J.-Y., Bhatt, D., Bhatt, D., Chung, W.-Y., and Cooper, R.L. (2009) Furthering pharmacological and physiological assessment of the glutamatergic receptors at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction.Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C 150: 546–557[pdf]).

34. Bierbower, S.M. and Cooper, R.L. (2009) Measures of heart and ventilatory rates in freely moving crayfish.Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) 32: http://www.jove.com/index/details.stp?id=1594 , doi: 10.3791/1594. New on line Journal with strong peer review (see editoral board http://www.jove.com/index/Editorial%20Board.stp)

35. Wigginton, A.J., Cooper, R.L., Fryman, E. and Birge, W.J. (2010) Effects of cadmium and body mass on the anti-predator behaviors of five species of crayfish. International Journal of Zoological Research 6(2):39-51. [PDF]

36. Desai-Shah, M., Papoy, A.R., Ward, M., and Cooper, R.L. (2010) Roles of the Sarcoplasmic/Endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+-ATPase, plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase and Na+/Ca2+ exchanger in regulation of heart rate in larval Drosophila. The Open Physiology Journal. 3:16-36 [PDF].

37. Desai-Shah, M. and Cooper, R.L. (2010) Actions of NCX, PMCA and SERCA on short-term facilitation and maintenance of transmission in nerve terminals. The Open Physiology Journal 3:37-50 [PDF].

38. Bierbower, S.M. and Cooper, R.L. (2010) The effects of acute carbon dioxide on behavior and physiology in Procambarus clarkii. Journal of Experimental Zoology 313A:484–497 [PDF]. MADE COVER OF THE ISSUE see www

39. Wu, W.H. and Cooper, R.L. (2010) Physiological recordings of high and low output NMJs on the Crayfish leg extensor muscle. Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). Jove 45: http://www.jove.com/index/details.stp?id=2319 , doi:10.3791/2319 [PDF of paper]

40. Johnstone, A.F.M., Viele, K., and Cooper, R.L. (2011) Structure/Function assessment of crayfish neuromuscular junctions: Stem regions. SYNAPSE 65(4):287-299. doi: 10.1002/syn.20847, Impact factor: 3.220 [ PDF]

41. Wu, W.-H. and Cooper, R.L. (2012) The regulation and packaging of synaptic vesicles as related to recruitment within glutamatergic synapses. Neuroscience 225:185-198 [PDF]

42. Wu, W.-H. and Cooper, R.L. (2012) Role of serotonin in the regulation of synaptic transmission in invertebrate NMJs. Experimental Neurobiology 21(3):101-112. [PDF]

43. Holsinger, R.C., and Cooper, R.L. (2012). Effect of Environment and Modulators on Hindgut and Heart Function in Inverte­brates: Crustaceans and Drosophila. Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching, Volume 33 (K. McMahon, Editor). Proceedings of the 33rd Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE), 366 pages.http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=7

44. Bierbower, S.M., Shuranova, Z. P., Viele, K. and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Comparative study of environmental factors influencing motor task learning and memory retention in sighted and blind crayfish. Brain and Behavior 3(1): 4-13. [PDF]

45. Becnel, J., Johnson, O., Majeed, Z.R., Tran, V., Yu, B., Roth, B.L., Cooper, R.L., Kerut, E.K., Nichols, C.D. (2013) DREADDs in Drosophila: A Pharmacogenetic Approach for Controlling Behavior, Neuronal Signaling, and Physiology in the Fly. Cell Reports 4(5):1049-59. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2013.08.003. [PDF]

46. Wu, W.-H. and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Physiological separation of vesicle pools in low- and high-output nerve terminals. Neuroscience Research 75:275-282. [PDF]

47. Bierbower, S.M. and Cooper, R.L. (2013) The mechanistic action of carbon dioxide on a neural circuit and NMJ communication. Journal of Experimental Zoology 319A:340-354. [PDF]

48. Bierbower, S.M., Nadolski, J. and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Sensory systems and environmental change on behavior during social interactions. International Journal of Zoology. vol 2013. Article ID 573802, 16 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/573802 [PDF]

49. Titlow, J., Majeed, Z.R., Nicholls, J.G. and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Identifiable neurons in the central nervous system of a leech via electrophysiology and morphology, sensory field maps in skin and synapse formation in culture: Student laboratory exercises. Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). (81), e50631, doi:10.3791/50631. Professional movie and peer reviewed manuscript.http://www.jove.com/video/50631/intracellular-recording-sensory-field-mapping-culturing-identified

50. Titlow, J., Majeed, Z.R., Hartman, H.B., Burns, E., and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Neural Circuit Recording from an Intact Cockroach Nervous System. Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). (80), e51050, doi:10.3791/51050. Professional movie and peer reviewed manuscript. http://www.jove.com/video/51050/proprioception-tension-receptors-crab-limbs-student-laboratory

51. Majeed, Z.R., Titlow, J., Hartman, H.B. and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Proprioception and tension receptors in crab limbs: Student laboratory exercises. Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). (80), e51050, doi:10.3791/51050 Professional movie and peer reviewed manuscript. http://www.jove.com/video/51050/proprioception-tension-receptors-crab-limbs-student-laboratory

52. Titlow, J.S., Rufer, J., King, K., and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Pharmacological analysis of dopamine modulation in the Drosophila melanogaster larval heart. Physiological Reports. 1 (2), 2013, e00020, doi:10.1002/phy2.20 [PDF]

53. Cooper, A.-S., Johnstone, A.F.M. and Cooper, R.L. (2013) Nerve terminal pruning in conjunction with muscle atrophy by disuse & unloading. Journal of Crustacean Biology 33(6): 818-827. [PDF]

54. deCastro, C., Titlow, J., Majeed, Z.R., and Cooper, R.L. (2014). Analysis of
various physiological salines for heart rate, CNS function, and synaptic transmission at neuromuscular junctions in Drosophila melanogaster larvae.
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 200:83–92, DOI 10.1007/s00359-013-0864-0, Impact factor
1.856 [PDF]

55. Majeed, Z.R., Nichols, C.D., and Cooper, R.L. (2013). 5-HT stimulation of heart rate in Drosophila does not act through cAMP asrevealed by pharmacogenetics. In Journal of Applied Physiology 115: 1656-1665. 5 yr impact factor 4.156 [PDF]

56. Majeed, Z.R., Stacy, A., and Cooper, R.L. (2014) Pharmacological identification of serotonin receptor subtypes on the Drosophila larval heart. Journal of Comparative Physiology B. 184(2):205-219. Impact factor 2.024 [PDF]

57. Titlow, J.S., Rice, J., Majeed, Z.R., Holsopple, E., Biecker, S., and Cooper, R.L. (2014). Anatomical and genotype-specific mechanosensory responses in Drosophila melanogaster larvae. Neuroscience Research 83:54-63 .doi 10.1016/j.neures.2014.04.003. [PDF]. Impact factor 2.249.

58. Titlow, J.S., Anderson H. and Cooper, R.L. (2014) . Lights and Larvae: Using optogenetics to teach recombinant DNA and neurobiology. The Science Teacher 81 (#6):2-9 . [ PDF]. (made the COVER photo)

125. Szczesniak, R., Viele, K., and Cooper, R.L. (2014) Mixtures of self-modeling regressions. Journal of Biometrics and Biostatistics 5:208. doi: 10.4172/2155-6180.1000208 [PDF] Impact factor 1.12

126. Majeed, Z.R., Ritter, K., Robinson, J., Blümich, S.L.E., Brailoiu, E., and Cooper, R.L. (2015). New insights into the acute actions from a high dosage of fluoxetine on neuronal and cardiac function: Drosophila, crayfish and rodent models. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology- Part C 176-177:52-61 [PDF]. 5 year impact factor 2.819

127. Jackson, J.R., Kirby, T.J., Fry, C.S., Cooper, R.L., McCarthy, J.J., Peterson, C.A., and Dupont-Versteegden, E.E. (2015) Reduced voluntary running performance is associated with impaired coordination as a result of muscle satellite cell depletion in adult mice. Skeletal Muscle 5:41, DOI 10.1186/s13395-015-0065-3. [PDF] Impact factor 5.14

128. Malloy, C., Ritter, K., Robinson, J., and Cooper, R.L. (2016). Pharmacological identification of cholinergic receptor subtypes on Drosophila melanogaster larval heart. Journal of Comparative Physiology - B 186 (1):45-57). [PDF] Impact factor 2.024

129. Zhu,Y.-C., Yocum, E., Sifers, J., Uradu, H. and Cooper, R.L. (2016) Modulatory effects on Drosophila larva hearts in room temperature, acute and chronic cold stress. (In Press) Journal of Comparative Physiology B. [PDF]. Impact factor 2.619

130. Zhu,Y.-C., Uradu, H. Majeed, Z.R., and Cooper, R.L. (2016) Optogenetic drive of Drosophila heart rate at different temperatures and Ca2+ concentrations. Physiological Reports 4(3):e12695 [PDF] . New part of American Physiological Society Press- no impact factor yet determined).

131.Thenappan, A., Dupont-Versteegden, E.E. and Cooper, R.L. (2017) An educational model for understanding acute deep tissue injury of motor units. (In Review).

132. Majeed, Z.R., Abdeljaber, E., Soveland, R., Cornwell, K., Bankemper, A., Koch, F. and Cooper, R.L. (2016). Modulatory action of serotonergic system in behavior and sensory-motor circuit physiology in Drosophila melanogaster. Neural Plasticity [PDF] http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/7291438 Impact Factor for 3.582 Journal Citation Reports released by Thomson Reuters (ISI) in 2014.

133. Potter, S., Krall, R.M., Mayo, S. Johnson, D., Zeidler-Watters, K., and Cooper, R.L. (2016). Population dynamics based on resource availability and founding effects: Live and computational models. The American Biology Teacher. 78(5): 396-403, ISSN 0002-7685, electronic ISSN 1938-4211[PDF]

134. Malloy, C., Sifers, J., Mikos, A., Samadi, A., Omar, A., Hermanns, C. and Cooper, R.L. (2017) Using optogenetics to assess neuroendocrine modulation of heart rate in Drosophila melanogaster larvae. Journal of Comparative Physiology A.  (In Press).[PDF] Impact factor 2.619.

135. Malloy, C., Sifers, J., Mikos, A., Samadi, A., Omar, A., and Cooper, R.L. (2017) Assessing optogenetics in glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) containing skeletal and cardiac muscle (In Review).

136. Majeed, Z., Koch, F., Morgan, J., Anderson, H., Wilson, J., and Cooper, R.L. (2017) A novel educational module to teach neural circuits for college and high school students: NGSS-neurons, genetics, and selective stimulations. F1000Research. F1000Research: Immediate & Transparent Publishing for Life Scientists. F1000 Research Ltd, Middlesex House, 34-42 Cleveland St, London W1T 4LB, UK. https://f1000research.com/articles/6-117/v1

137. Malloy, C., Robinson, J., Ritter, K., and Cooper, R.L. (2017). Modulatory action of cholinergic system in behavior and sensory-motor circuit physiology in Drosophila melanogaster. (In Manuscript, ½ written and presented at various meetings).

138. Titlow, J.S., Biecker, S. and Cooper, R.L. (2017). Mechanosensory habituation in Drosophila melanogaster larvae. (In Revision).

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